Michael J. Watkins' court-appointed defense attorney, Ann Cosho, told a 4th District Court magistrate judge on Wednesday she hadn't had adequate opportunity to review about 130 pages of documents stemming from the Nov. 17 break-in at Zoo Boise.
Ada County Deputy Prosecutor Fafa Alidjani said Wednesday Michael J. Watkins entered the zoo Saturday morning, manipulated a lock to get into the primate enclosure and removed the patas monkey by wrapping it in his jacket.
The Ada County Sheriff's Office said Michael J. Watkins would be moved from jail in Weiser where he's been held since Monday afternoon following his arrest in connection with the early Saturday morning break-in and death of a monkey at Zoo Boise.
Boise Police are investigating a break-in at Zoo Boise. Shortly after the suspects were spotted by security and ran off, a severely injured monkey was found. The animal has since died of it's injuries.
Carel June Cody cared for John Arnold at the end of his life - then buried his body, concealed his death and continued to collect his Social Security benefits for more than 15 years, according to federal prosectuors.
KBOI 2News morning editor David Blake, who's also a still photographer, recently assigned himself a project to better his skills. So, of course, he took a stuffed monkey to various spots around downtown Boise along with his camera.